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Diet You Should Eat And Drink To Improve Kidney Function Of FSGS

Diet You Should Eat And Drink To Improve Kidney Function Of FSGSFirstly, some words we must tell everyone with FSGS, that is, be careful never to assume that you are unlucky and want to give up though there still are hopes waiting for you. Actually, patients can do many things in the daily life to slow down the progression of FSGS and prolong their lives effectively. All of these things should depend on your own attitude. Here, we will introduce one of the important ways to improve kidney function of FSGS by arranging a healthy diet including foods and drinks. Please follow us closely.

First, pay close attention to the calories and protein intake is very necessary for FSGS patients. But the specific amount should depend on the level of your kidney function, you may be directed by you physician or dietitian to change the types and amounts of foods that you eat. Or you can also have a careful consultation with our online doctors to make sure the exact amount suggested.

Second, patients need to consume the foods low in salt and phosphorus which can affect the function of your kidneys to a large degree. According to many clinical studies, foods that are high in salts tend to increase your blood pressure while high blood pressure is a common symptom of FSGS. Refer to phosphorus, high phosphorus level will lead to a condition called hyperphosphatemia to FSGS patients. Generally speaking, experts suggest that people with FSGS should limit themselves to no more than a 1000mg of phosphorus per day.

At last, patients are suggested to limit the total fluid intake in the advanced stage of FSGS.

In addition, due to their specifical conditions, patients had better to monitor the blood pressure and blood glucose regularly in a formal hospital and before you eat or drink anything, please ask your doctors carefully.

In a word, if you want to improve kidney function of FSGS sincerely, there are many good choices. If you need this kind of help, feel free to contact us by sending an email to igacure@gmail.com or leaving your right message below, we will surely wait for your consultation all the time.

Hope the above information is helpful for you. If you have any other questions on kidney disease or want to get more personalized and professional treatment suggestions, please leave a message below.

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